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On June 8, 1998, Bradley Steven Robinett robbed a Seattle First National Bank in Bremerton, Wash., taking off with more than $1,000 cash. A few weeks later, he robbed a Bank of America branch in Tigard, Ohio, but this time he came armed. Cops say he surveyed the bank until he determined exactly when they filled their ATMs. He got away with nearly $50,000.

It would be almost five years before cops were able to pin these robberies on Robinett, a former Marine who was dishonorably discharged after an alleged theft while on base. They discovered that he had been hiding loads of firearms underground in Washington’s Olympic National Forest, and when cops unearthed a few of his spots, they found the firearms and car key duplicates.

In 2003, cops say Robinett came across an unattended police car and stole the pistol and body armor that had been issued to a Seattle police officer.

Robinett eluded capture until a cop in Washington checking license plates at a Bremerton motel came across a set of stolen ones. The motel owner identified the car as belonging to Robinett, who was quickly arrested for car theft.

But when cops ran his name through the system, the two bank robberies popped up. Robinett was convicted of multiple counts of bank robbery, unlawful use of firearms, auto theft and possession of stolen property. He was sentenced to seven years in federal prison.

A Life Of Crime Continues

On Aug. 19, 2009, Robinett was released from prison and was supposed to carry out his probation in Washington state — but cops say Robinett never intended to finish his time.

According to police, Robinett took off for the Northwest and resumed his life of crime. They say he stole a Honda Pilot from a home in Portland, Ore., and a license plate from Vancouver, Wash.  Cops believe Robinett would “borrow” keys just long enough to make a copy and then return them, unnoticed. This way he had a fleet of cars at the ready if he ever needed to make a quick escape.

After replacing the plates on the SUV, cops say he took off for Bainbridge Island, Wash., located just across Puget Sound from Seattle. But his ability to evade the law was about to be put to the test. According to police, an officer passed Robinett in his vehicle and had a hunch that something was not right. The cop followed Robinett and ran the license plate. When he discovered the plate was stolen, he attempted to pull Robinett over, but a chase ensued and ended when Robinett high-centered his Honda Pilot onto a boulder at the edge of a trail. But before cops had a chance to get him, Robinett took off on foot, hijacking a kayak at the water’s edge and paddling 10 miles across the Puget Sound.

Cops searched the car Robinett abandoned and found firearms and body armor. They say it appeared he had been living out of the vehicle.

Robinett was last seen in November 2009 when he had another run-in with police. A dedicated detective checking license plates in a Bellevue parking structure in Bellevue discovered yet another Honda Pilot with stolen plates. The officer camped out near the vehicle, hoping to eventually confront the driver, and that’s when the SUV started backing up: Robinett had been hiding inside all along. A chase ensued inside the garage, but the detective was able to beat him to the exit. But Robinett abandoned his vehicle again and took off on foot, disappearing into a crowd of people outside a community college.

Cops Say He Has Extensive Survival Skills

Bradley Steven Robinett is facing charges of escape, felony possessing firearms, and interstate transportation of stolen vehicles. Cops say he has extensive survival training and may still have hidden stashes of firearms. Robinett is a white male with brown hair and brown eyes, standing about 6 feet tall and weighing 165 to 170 pounds. If you think you see him, check out his right index finger: Cops say the top of it is missing due to a firearm accident from childhood.

Investigators have been hard at work trying to bring in Robinett. If you have any information please call our Hotline right away at 1-800-CRIME-TV. Remember: You can remain anonymous.
 

Wanted For:

  • Escape
  • Felony Possessing Firearms
  • Interstate Transportation of Stolen Vehicles

 

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After nearly a decade away from movie screens, Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are suiting up again to become “Men in Black.” After the first two films made over $1 billion worldwide, it was just a matter of time before they put on their shades and fought aliens again. But if the photo to the left is looks a little off to you, don’t worry. It’s not a facelift that’s making Jones look decades younger; it’s another actor.

Photographers caught Will Smith and new costar Josh Brolin filming scenes for “Men in Black III” this week in the Bronx. According to The Hollywood Reporter, in the third movie Smith’s character, Agent J, goes back in time to 1969 and encounters the younger version of Jones’s Agent K, played by Brolin.  From the looks of the pictures, it seems that Brolin has stepped into Jones’s patent leather shoes just fine.

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The Two K’s: Jones and Brolin Everett Collection/Asadorian-Mejia/Splash In many ways, Josh Brolin was a natural choice to step in as the earlier incarnation of Tommy Lee Jones. There is a marked resemblance between the two, especially with their matching black suits and slicked-back hair. They both have roots in Texas: Jones was born there, and Brolin’s mother was a native. Both own ranches where they live when they’re not working. They have also worked on the same film twice before — “In the Valley of Elah” and the Oscar-winning “No Country for Old Men” — but they never appeared in the same scene. And since they’re playing the same role in two different times, it stands to reason they won’t in “Men in Black III,” either.

However, Brolin is significantly older now than Jones actually was in 1969. Brolin is currently 43 years old, and Jones was 23 at that time. But since Brolin still looks young for his age — and Jones has always looked old for his — it basically evens out.

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“Men in Black III” has been the subject of some controversy because, according to The Hollywood Reporter, cameras started rolling on the film without a finished script. In order to qualify for New York tax credits that were set to expire, the movie began shooting last November. The plan was for filming to go on hiatus from December through February, but that break was extended through March to finish the screenplay. But as the photographs show, the cast and crew are now back at work.

With a cast that also includes Emma Thompson and Jemaine Clement, “Men in Black III” is scheduled to open on May 25, 2012.

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The most influential person in my life is John Walsh. Many of you may know him as the tv host on America’s Most Wanted and you would be right. But this isn’t why I look uo him. I look up to him because he helps people. In many cases he’s walked in many peoples shoes because of his son Adam, who was kidnapped and murdered by Ottis Toole when he was just 6 years old. After what happened to his son he and his family founded the   Adam Walsh Child Resource Center there where centers in orininally in  West Palm Beach, Florida; Columbia, South Carolina; Orange County, California; and Rochester, New York which the centers merged with National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). Then in 1988 America’s Most Wanted was created and to this date is one of the longest running tv series in history. It contributed to the caputer of more than 1043 fugitives. Ok he did more stuff then what I mention in this post but it take along time just to type all that some I’m going to stick with what I put.

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